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, an adorable little girl in a wheelchair at the st. louis international airport security, where tsa, according to the mother and poster of this video, said they wanted to pat this little girl down after going through security. it held the family up for nearly 30 minutes. we spoke to lucy's father. he said it was an embarrassing scene. ultimately they did not pat lucy down. we actually have an update on this story. the tsa has released a statement. this is what they had to say. tsa regrets inaccurate guidance was provided to this family during screening and offers its apology. they also did point out that the child did not receive a pat-down, nor should the family have been told that one would occur. it is not part of the proper procedure. >> we actually called nathan to deliver the news about the tsa statement and this is what nathan said. >> they basically addressed the two things we had a problem with head-on, really, and now it's just a matter of sharing it with other people so they know the prommer procedures and know what they should expect from the tsa. we're very pleased that they put o
is terrified of tsa workers who -- wanted to pat this little girl down. >> now her dad reveals details behind the video that's touched a nerve with travelers everywhere. >> she was specifically singled out because she was in a wheelchair. >>> a french driver sets out to -- >> do something that cars aren't meant to do. >> see if it does he. >>> it's a naked protest by a man. >> perhaps in an altered state of mind. >> why that's not the only thing that was altered in the freezing cold. >>> we've also got the tuesday buzzword for your chance at an ipad mini. plus the painful way to pay off a bet. and a song to brighten your day. even at -- >> the dmv. >> meet the man behind the high energy serenade. ♪ i am booked on a feeling >>> we're going to get things started with a video that is about to go viral. this video picks up at the checkpoint at the st. louis international airport and you hear the cries of a young child. that little 3-year-old lucy, going through the security checkpoint with her parents on the way to a trip to orlando, florida, to disney world. as you can see, lucy is in a wheelc
at border checkpoints and customs lines at the airport. tsa is one agency where the federal government does interact with the public. the department has said at the busiest airports, you could see checkpoint lines increased by up to one hour. fema has said they will have to decrease their disaster relief fund money. immigration and customs enforcement has said they will no longer be able to maintain the number of detention beds that congress requires. host: what is the size of homeland security at this point? can the agency to absorb these cuts and still do the work it needs to do? guest: the secretary has said this is a hit that they can take and maintain the current level of operations. she described this as destructive cuts and one that no amount of planning and will help them get around. with cuts, they say we will try to preserve security and cut around to see where we can find savings. this is one area where the department has said it will have some impact on security and the economy. host: what impact do you think it will have on security realistically? guest: it is hard to say. you
through bay area checkpoints. you ju >>> the tsa spends billions on airport security. but we discovered there's a surprising way to get through bay area checkpoints. you just need a costco card. allen martin with the undercover investigation you'll only see right here on kpix 5. >> reporter: getting on an airplane can be a hassle. even grandmas and kids don't get an easy pass. >> i'm about as vanilla as can be. >> reporter: giants' pitcher sergio romo had a run-in with security after failing to show proper id, according to the tsa. and while most of us travel with a passport or driver's license, it turns out you don't need either. >> if you don't have an id, you can still fly. >> reporter: kpix 5 went undercover to each of the bay area's major airports. at sfo, a producer got through with a student id and a couple of personal credit cards. tsa agents said they'd accept a costco card. at the oakland airport, security there asked for a costco card too. in san jose, our producer skated through with a student id. >> it's about validatin
couldn't wait to get on the plain for disneyworld. but a run in with tsa agents left her in tires. her father tells us what is coming up next. that is right after this. hi. hi. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. the verizon share everything plan for small business. get a shareable pool of data... got enough joshua trees? ... on up to 25 devices. so you can spend less time... yea, the golden barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone likes 50% more... [ midwestern/chicago accent ] cheddar! yeah! 50 percent more [yodeling] yodel-ay-ee-oo. 50% more flash. [ southern accent ] 50 percent more taters. that's where tots come from. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual
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. in the event of teachers on special assignment tsa, including without limitation and structural reform facilitators no senior employee shall be credentialed and competent to bump into a position currently occupied by a junior tsa by virtue of the special training and experience necessary in the sole judgment of the district to serve in the capacities of tsa and erf. it will be used to determine a senior employee's ability to bump into a junior employee's position. i will node move forward to read the resolution establishing the order of seniority for which employees with the same date. >> one second. >> you need to have a motion to adopt. >> we have to motion all of them before we have them read. >> can we do them altogether? >> we were going to vote on them separate. but we are having them read into the record and have them moved before we read them into the record. >> could i hear a motion for all of them? >> we move the first one >> the other three. >> i move the other three, the second, third and fourth resolutions. >> and i need a second. >> second. >> thank you. >> proceed. >> re
of the transportation security administration. the tsa, located here in the nondescript building in crystal city. >> our mission is to make sure september 11th does not happen again. >> this is mission hall, the message here, never forget and it's hard to forget, when you can get so close to pieces of that day. >> having 9/11 artifacts on display would remind employees why we are here, we have unique pieces here. we have pieces from the world trade center, from the pentagon and we have the walk through metal detector that the terrorists walked through that morning. >> the metal detector made famous from this picture right here. >> i'm blown away by the little things. you can see the dust on this still from that day. >> on the top? >> yeah, yeah. >> now in a city full of museums, this one only available to those that work here. mission hall not open to the public, in fact, we are the first camera crew to film this hall. >> this was a flag that flew over the gate in boston where american airline s flight 11 lt from. >> which plane was that? >> that was the first the flight that went into the world trade
a rolling gun battle. what sacramentoed the surreal scene. >> airport outrage. tsa agents under fire for the treatment of a 4-year-old girl with a spinal disorder. >> a touch of winter headed our way tomorrow. i'm bob turk. i'll have your complete forecast, coming up next. >>> it is painly clear, 29 degrees in central maryland. the cleat first warning weather forecast is coming up. 5 people are killed and two others injured when a small private jet crashes in georgia. the pilot aborted the landing and sparked a utility pole, leaking fuel and igniting a fire. a surgeon from atlanta and his staff were on board. investigators don't know why the pilot aborted the landing. >>> the tsa issues an apology following the screening of a 4- year-old girl in an airport. this video was taken by her mother. the little girl in a wealchair began squealing when the agents tried to giver give her a patdown. the tsa says the agents provided the family with inaccurate guidance. >>> video shows the fireball that erupted after police say a mazeratti erupted after crashi
. >>> unloading your pockets at airport security check points help the tsa amass a small fortunate worth of spare change last year. fliers left behind more than half a million dollars in pocket change. what do they do with all that? a tsa spokesman says that money is collected by the agency's financial office and spent on general security operations. >> there you go. >> okay. the tsa suggests moving anything in your pockets to a carry-on bag before going through security so you don't leave it behind. >> i wonder how many cell phones they collected. who knows. so much stuff. >> once you have to empty out your pockets, you're taking chances. >> especially if you have to rush to your flaight. >> speaking of travel, the roads are going to be wet this morning. >> a little bit of wetness out there this morning. maybe some slowed down air travel as a result of all the low clouds and low visibility around the area. if you're planning to get on a plane and leave town today, actually not a bad day to do it because it's going to be a fairly cloudy and cold weekend around here. may want to call ahead to your
longer. sometimes four days of long, wrong, and strong. i went through t.s.a. recently in san jose where i live. i was born and raised in oakland, i went to jail in livermore. here is the part. normal people don't laugh at jail there. i worked there. god bless you if you worked there. i couldn't do that job for two days in a row. i can do it for an hour. an ex-felon who is an extraordinary father. i can become an ex-drunk who is an exceptional citizen. there is a transition necessary for a convicted, afflicted person the and it involves payback. i owe so i go. but i'll tell the incarcerated, hey, if life was fair, you wouldn't be in here right now. you would have parents that cared and gave you the road map to success and they stuck around. they didn't hurt you on wait. they go yeah. if life was fair, you wouldn't have been busted when your partner wasn't. yeah. they love that one a lot. and then i'll say this well, if they locked you up for everything you really did do criminally, when would you get out? they don't like that one at all. so i'm blessed to be here for a brief period of ti
's and san francisco giants. another wanted to comment for this story. >> still ahead tsa apologizes today to family of a 4-year-old child with disabilities. >> plus a new jersey family hit by super storm sandy, they're moving but not the way you think. >> and the current flu shot apparently not working for one certain group of people. >> let's check afternoon commute, oh, goodness. this is a look at the skyway. going into the lower deck. not much better for folks trying to get southbound on the righthand side of the screen >>> tsa is apologizing to a 4-year-old girl with spina bifida, you can see her crying uncontrollably as agents wanted to pat her down. agents said it was necessary because the girl is confined to a wheelchair, her parents objected. >> we're trying to be combattive but going to set clear boundaries what was and was not appropriate as far as touching our child. >> lucy's mom recorded the insy sent. the agent told her recording was against the law. that is not true. tsa is now acknowledging that and n.a statement saying tsa regrets inaccurate guidance was provided to the f
marines said they wanted to move into combat roles. >> coming up, the tsa has dogs tasked with sniffing out bombs but are they capable of handling that dangerous task? >> first, we get the latest on the terrifying standoff of the 5-year-old caught in the middle. >> and at 6:00, a look back at the life of the former new york mayor ed koch, who died today. >> today marks for days cents a 5-year-old boy was abducted in alabama. >> and the standoff shows no signs of letting up. kris van cleave is tracking the story. >> the 5-year-old it is easing, described as mildly autistic, requiring medication. this is a nightmare for his family that the whole nation is watching hoping the little boy gets back to his parents' arms. as of police surround the underground bunker where ethan is being held captive, the total with the school bus where he was taken from. for the first time, we're getting aid look at the man who was holding the boy his driver's license picture. he is the man at the center of the standoff that continues to drag on. >> we just want the whole world that here's this to join togeth
their approval to that deal. >>> they are hired to keep air travelers safe. but a ktvu investigation reveals tsa investigators may be doing more than just trying to keep passengers safe. >> reporter: you can lose a lot of time at security at airports. at least 130sfo and oakland international passengers reported losing much more. they filed formal claims with the tsa saying valules were damaged or flat out lost. a federal data base we obtained exclusively reveals a laundry list of complaints. one passenger reported losing 13,000 in watches. another say said $8,000 worth of claim. another $3,000 in medicine, another an expensive laptop, a set of knives, a set of equipment. one passenger reported damage to the booze in her luggage. >> we've run into problems at checkpoints where people are lifting things like i pads and computers from bags and recently we've seen where tsa people were caught at their homes with the items they stole from people at the airport. >> reporter: including in florida with a passenger's i pad recently turned up in a tsa officers home. we noticed some interesting trends. so
to keep air travelers safe. but a ktvu investigation reveals tsa investigators may be doing more than just trying to keep passengers safe. >> reporter: you can lose a lot of time at security at airports. at least 130sfo and oakland international passengers reported losing much more. they filed formal claims with the tsa saying valuables were damaged or flat out lost. a federal data base we obtained exclusively reveals a laundry list of complaints. one passenger reported losing 13,000 in watches. another say said $8,000 worth of claim. another $3,000 in medicine, another an expensive laptop, a set of knives, a set of equipment. one passenger reported damage to the booze in her luggage. >> we've run into problems at checkpoints where people are lifting things like i pads and computers from bags and recently we've seen where tsa people were caught at their homes with the items they stole from people at the airport. >> reporter: including in florida with a passenger's i pad recently turned up in a tsa officers home. we noticed some interesting trends. so many people reporting missing digital
't working better than expected. >>> tsa officials are apologizing to a family for an incident at a missouri airport that left a 4-year-old in tears. >> i want to go to disney world. >> the child wanted to go to disney world. but before they could be on their way, the tsa wanted to pat down lucy forks. she has spina bifida and is this in a wheelchair. because of the chair, agents said they had to pat her down. that's when lucy's mom pulled out her phone ask recorded the incident. >> we weren't trying to be combative. but we were going to set clear boundaries about what was and was not appropriate as far as someone touching our child. >> reporter: lucy's mom continued recording. and eventually, the tsa decided to stop the patdown. tsa released a statement, saying in for part, tsa regrets that inaccurate training was provided to this family. >>> a 787 dream liner batteries. it calls for revamping two kinds of lithium ion batteries to ensure any short-circuiting that could lead to a fire won't sprepped from one-- spread from one battery cell
. >>> tsa officials are apologizing to a family for an incident at a missouri airport that left a 4-year-old in tears. [ crying ] >> she just wanted to go to disney world. but before they could be on their way, the tsa wanted to pat down lucy. lucy has spina bifida and is in a wheelchair ba-- and because of her chair, agents said they had to pat her down. that's when lucy's mom pulled out her cell phone and recorded the encounter. >> we weren't trying to be combative. but we were going to set clear boundaries over what was and was not appropriate, as far as someone touching our child. >> yeah, lucy's mom kept recording. and eventually, the tsa agents decided to stop the patdown. the tsa released a statement staying, in part, tsa regrets that they didn't have appropriate training and offers its apology. >>> a four-by-four foot sinkhole damaged 18 cars. somehow, none hit one another. 911 call reporting cars with torn-up tires and dented rims. engineers are still looking into what caused this sinkhole. >>> in today's wjz healthwatch, it's a new way to d
. >>> the tsa spends billions on airport security. but we discovered there's a surprising way to get through bay area checkpoints. you just need a costco card. we went undercover for an investigation you will only see on kpix 5. >> reporter: whether you travel for business or pleasure, getting on an airplane can be a hassle navigating security. even grandmothers and children don't get a pass. >> i'm about as vanilla as can be. >> reporter: giants pitcher sergio romo had a run-in with security in las vegas after failing to show proper identification according to the tsa. and while most of us travel with a passport or driver's license, it turns out you don't need either. if you don't have an id you can still slide. we went undercover to each of the bay area's major airports. >> i don't have my driver's license. >> reporter: at sfo, our producer got through with a student id and a couple of personal credit cards. tsa agents said they would accept a costco card. at the oakland airport security there asked for a costco card too. >> costco card. >> reporter:
vegas airport after a confrontation with t.s.a. agents on new year's day. the t.s.a. says he lacked proper identification and argued with the agents. abc7 was told they will not prosecute the case because they lack the resources. >> new secretary of state, john kerry, is reporting for duty, addressing the country's foreign service workers, and he praised his predecessors, hillary clinton, and condoleeza rice. >> can a man actually run the state department? i don't know. as the saying goes, i have big heels to fill. >> and john kerry was sworn in on friday and over the weekend he assured world leaders the united states is committed to peace in the middle east. >> we are certain that a man can do the job of bringing the weather, right? here is mike nicco. >> and spencer and sandy. >> equal opportunity. >> we are equal opportunity here. good morning, everyone. hope you are enjoying the day. it is not the brightest day in the world and it could reflect how the 49er fans feel so if you can lift your mood, maybe we can lift the clouds and bring sunshine to the afternoon after putting all
removed romo from the las vegas airport after a confrontation with t.s.a. agents on new year's day. the t.s.a. says he lacked proper identification and argued with the agents. abc7 was told they will not prosecute the case because they lack the resources. >> new secretary of state, john kerry, is reporting for duty, addressing the country's foreign service workers, and he praised his predecessors, hillary clinton, and condoleeza rice. >> can a man actually run the state department? i don't know. as the saying goes, i have big heels to fill. >> and john kerry was sworn in on friday and over the weekend he assured world leaders the united states is committed to peace in the middle east. >> we are certain that a man can do the job of bringing the weather, right? here is mike nicco. >> and spencer and sandy. >> equal opportunity. >> we are equal opportunity here. good morning, everyone. hope you are enjoying the day. it is not the brightest day in the world and it could reflect how the 49er fans feel so if you can lift your mood, maybe we can lift the clouds and bring sunshine to the afternoon af
and a tsa grant and going back, the dog units are also funded through tsa as well. >> specifically, some of the target enforcement operations that we do, obviously with the issue of robberies, and the team of officers assigned to muni. regularly, interact with the diblgt station personnel. and in response to either areas that have had historically plagued by robberies or that we see changes or in creases in the robberies indicating that you may have a series or anything of that nature. and those officers are engaged in that. one of the things that we really want to do is in order to abait the crimes in and around muni is actually effect the environment and if we can effect the environment by making certain that it is clean and that it is not, it does not become a haven for the criminal activity and i think that we will significant have changes in that accordingly. some of the new operations and efforts that we put in place in the last number of months. we are hoping to see some returns on that investment. one of the operations is sober muni shelter, that operation is conducted with offic
officers screen nearly two million passengers a day, the head of the tsa warned that delays would be inevitable. "if it does go into effect, then the longer it goes, the greater potential impact it has for us." the tsa has had a hiring freeze for federal air marshalls for nearly a year-and-a-half. sequestration could expand that further. "we would look at a hiring freezse for the tsos, security officers and then cutting back on overtime." in washington, president obama has called a meeting with top congressional leaders for friday, the same day automatic spending cuts begin. "he hopes to have a constructive discussion to prevent sequestration." the cuts would be widespread. according to the white house, the sequester would mean 2100 fewer food inspectors, 2700 schools losing federal funding, 30,000 teacher layoffs, and more. some think it could even affect the fragile housing recovery. however, some argue that the effects of sequestration may not be as dire as the white house and others predict. air traffic controller furloughs need 30 days notice before going into effect, and the
on the streets. not to mention tsa. we're hearing 9,000 tsa workers could get furloughed that could mean very long lines at the airports. mara. >> thanks. >>> tea party activists are blasting governor rick scott of florida for changing his mind on medicaid expansion. he said he will use president obama's health care act to provide medical coverage. scott opposed obama care as a, quote, job killer. scott now calls it common sense but florida lawmakers will make the final decision. >>> time now for the national forecast, bill karins is here. >> iowa, missouri, kansas, nebraska, arkansas, oklahoma, it's all a mess this morning. good morning, everyone. we're already watching heavy snow in some portions of north oklahoma, the north western part of the state. now heavy periods of freezing rain pushing through oklahoma city. tulsa, even reports of thunder out there, a lot of dynamics in the atmosphere. white is showing light snow, blue heavier snow. you up through the ozarks, missouri say mess. this is the ice storm warning, by the way. northern arkansas, the pink is winter storm warnings. again pre
, delay. it could take you an hour to get through the tsa check points, two to three hours if you have to get through customs. >> is there any hope you'll solve this by friday? >> there's hope, there's optimism. people who say we can't do it. >> the transportation secretary says $689 million in faa cuts will force him to furlough employees, including air traffic controllers and safety inspectors. tsa workers will face seven days of furloughs. the travel association wants you to text your member of congress while you are waiting in line. >> they can text delay to 877- 877 and let members of congress know how they feel about this process. >> some republicans say they are exaggerating the impact. >> the american people will never feel. >> but the airline pilot's association says travelers will feel it. >> make no mistake. we will maintain our current level of safety. and the only way is if we turn down the volume of air traffic. >> might be wise to avoid flying in the coming weeks. in hopes congress finally straightens this out. at reagan national, bruce leshan, wusa9. >> as if
torment unlikely to come to pass? >> first of all, it's -- it doesn't have to come to pass. the tsa can cut money where it wants. it's a question of whether, as i said before, the president wants to use this to pressure the republicans by putting as much pain as possible on the public, therefore the public gets upset, but that's only going to work for so long for the public is going to figure out this is a political tactic and it could really back fair on the administration. i think they're keenly aware of that, and that's part of the reason why they might be a little hesitant to start making people miss flights, stand in already long and torturous tsa lines. it's worked in the past and it accomplishes their goal, and that is the ending, they do not want to cut spending. eleanor, you're wrong. they have already given up on taxes in the last fight. >> nobody cut last time. when are we going to cut? can anybody answer that question? >> it's not a budget deal. $1.5 billion. >> a slight reduction in the rate of growth. just like this. every law maker on capitol hill -- >> old on. >> both p
, delay. it could you an hour to get through the tsa check points, 2 to 3 hours if you have to get through customs. >> is there any hope you'll solve this by friday? >> there's hope, there's optimism. people that say we can't do it. >> the transportation secretary says r 689 says $689 million in faa cuts will force them to layoff employees. tsa workers will face seven days of furloughs. the travel association wants you to text your member of congress while you are waiting in line. >> they can text delay to 877- 877 and let members of congress know. >> some republicans complain the white house is exaggerating the impact. >> there's easy ways to cut this money, that the american people will never feel. >> but the airline pilot's association says travelers will feel it. >> make no mistake. we will maintain our current level of safety. and the only way is if we turn down the volume of air traffic. >> might be wise to avoid flying in the coming weeks. in hopes congress finally straightens this out. at reagan national, bruce leshan, wusa9. >> so the threat of government furloughs has f
in canada just released this tsa that may not most expected one yet. it stars little nathan and he gets into his car. starts the engine. takes off, driving perfectly, mind you, no distractions at all. and then -- he gets a text on his phone, picks it up and starts reading it and so what starts happening? >> oh, boy. >> now he is distracted. >> no, not the vase. >> the vase is now on the floor and he is texting. >> and all the text said was go. this video does a fantastic job highlighting the dangers behind texting while driving. >> oh, wow. >> t-boned. that looked like a russian dash cam. that was a horrific accident. >> look at where the car ends up. >> in the bouncy balls. >> no reason for this. modern mini cars like this have blutooth. use the blutooth if you have to respond. >> or just wait or pull over if it is that important. >> do we know if there were any injuries. >> fortunately no babies or dogs were injured in the making of this tsa which by the way was made entirely using an ipad. >> did they get it from "right this minute's" ipad give away. >> no. canadians aren't allowed.
for being with us. >> and new york's mayor and the vacation time . tsa treats a toddler like a thug. my reaction and the quotes of the alec, for this mission i upgraded your smart phone. ♪ right. but the most important feature of all is... the capital one purchase eraser. i can redeem the double miles i earned with my venture card to erase recent travel purchases. d with a few clicks, this mission never happened. uh, what's this button do? [ electricity zaps ] ♪ you requested backup? yes. yes i did. what's in your wallet? 1:00 p.m. >> the president and his administration are under scut ninny for the lap of transparency. they are finding ways to avoid tough questions and last weekend shut the media out of the golf outing with tigir woods. bloomburg's defense of the percent kicks off the quote of the week. >> i don't know why the president has to have people watch him. mayor, i the president is on call 24 hours a day. i don't begrudge a vacation. that is fine except, except when the rest of the week he goes out and tells us all that the country is about to absolutely collapse because
and the vacation time . tsa treats a toddler like a thug. my reaction and the quotes of the for 1:00 p.m. >> the president and his administration are under scut ninny for the lap of transparency. they are finding ways to avoid tough questions and last weekend shut the media out of the golf outing with tigir woods. bloomburg's defense of the percent kicks off the quote of the week. >> i don't know why the president has to have people watch him. mayor, i the president is on call 24 hours a day. i don't begrudge a vacation. that is fine except, except when the rest of the week he goes out and tells us all that the country is about to absolutely collapse because of the alabama gedon based on sequestration. if it is it true woo are standing in long lines to get on the airplane and if if is true that the fizz will go out of the sodas because of sequestration. don't you think rather than playing golf and complaining about the republicans maybe it would be a better idea to get back to washington and sit down with some of them and look them in the eye and talk about how to solve the problem and
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